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Script to create a new copy of database

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I wantto create a new copy of a database but with no encryption. Its simple to do thsi using UI. But a have to do this with 100 databases. Someone knows an anget to do this.
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see

http://www.bruceelgort.com/blogs/be.nsf/plinks/BELT-6ZHNSX

It allows you to do it from the command console, and since there is now a way to do this va script I believe, then you should be able to do this as you want.
Please test first, since I do not know about the encryption part.

I hope this helps !
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to send commands to he server console see

http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Linux/Q_24408645.html

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